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747 - QOTSII Engine-Start COLD and DARK procedures

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For all no time have to read the MANUEL`s

B747-400 QOTSII COLD and DARK

(Short Version from PMDG_747-400_QOTSII_FSX_Tutorial_1.pdf)

ELECTRIAL POWER UP

1.       Overhead BATTERY switch ---> (ON)

2.       BATTERY switch guard ---> closed (ON)

3.       STANDBY POWER selector ---> (Auto)

4.       Start APU two clicks ---> (ON)                                    monitor the APU startup on the STAT page of the EICAS.

5.       Connect Overhead APU Generators switches when illuminate

PREFLIGHT

6.       Turn the three IRS Mode selectors ---> (NAV)

Press LSK 4R to copy the aircraft’s current GPS position into the scratchpad, then line select it into the SET IRS POS field below
at LSK 5R

Attention          COM-RADIO MIC and SELECT-LIGHT ---> ON  (for Clearance PRO-ATC/X)

7.    At this point, continue with the FMC setup         PAX - FUEL - FLIGHTPLAN ect.

8.       Close the guard on the EMERGENCY LIGHTS switch ---> (ARM)

9.       Set Pedestal SEAT BELTS selector and NO SMOKING ---> (ON/AUTO) 

10.   If more than 127000 lbs of Fuel on board turn the two X-FEED VALVE switches ---> (ON)

11.   Rotate all three PACK selectors ---> (NORM)

12.   At this point set up the MCP

13.   Test OXYGEN System by pressing the slider down        located on the left wall

14.   Set AUTOBRAKE ---> (RTO)                   Run the PREFLIGHT checklist from the QRH book.

15.   CDU DOORS pages Close and Arm any entry and cargo doors

BEFORE START

16.   Hydraulic PUMP 4  ---> (AUX)

17.   Hydraulic PUMP 1,2,3 ---> (AUTO)

18.   Turn ON all FUEL PUMPS for tanks that have fuel

19.   BEACON light switch ---> (ON)                   Run the BEFORE START checklist from the QRH.

PUSHBACK and ENGINE START

17.   On the CDU, press MENU, then FS ACTIONS, then PUSHBACK at LSK 4L…….

18.   Rotate all three PACK selectors ---> (OFF)        This is done to give the engines enough bleed air to start

19.   Press the lower EICAS control panel ENG button to select the secondary Engine display on the lower EICAS. We need this to see the N2 values during the start.

20.   Pull the black cylindrical overhead Start switches for both Engines 3 and 4. White lights illuminate at the ends of the switches to indicate the start process is in progress.

21.   Pan down to the pedestal and lower EICAS. Turn the Engines 3 and 4 fuel control levers to RUN with a left click once N2 has reached 25%.

20.   The engines will accelerate and stabilize. As soon as you hear a solenoid click sound and the two START selectors move back to their unpulled position with lights extinguished,    repeat the procedure for Engines 1 and 2

BEFORE TAXI

21.   Rotate the APU selector ---> (OFF)

22.   Hydraulic PUMP 4  ---> (AUTO)

23.    Rotate all three PACK selectors ---> (NORM)

24.   Set the FLAPS to the selected takeoff setting (usually 10 or 20)

25.   Check the flight controls using the STAT page of the lower EICAS

26.   Press STAT again to blank the lower EICAS and Check your Equipment (Joystick)

27.   Set the IGNITION switch ---> (ON)

28.   Set the Transponder to TA/RA if at an ASDE equipped airport  Run the BEFORE TAXI checklist from the QRH

PROPER TAKEOFF PROCEDURE

1.       Advance the Throttles to approximately 50% N1

2.        Press TO/GA                     don’t use the MCP A/T button, it takes half a second or so to "capture

3.    If TO/GA is not selected prior to 50 knots, AT operation will be inhibited until 400 feet. In this case, the throttles will only move manually until that point

4.       Wait until you see THR REF annunciated on the FMA

5.       Push the Throttles fully forward. They are dead now because the AT is active

THINGS THE WIDE BETA TEAM WANTED YOU TO KNOW

At high gross weights – particularly those at “hot and high” airports – be prepared for underwhelming performance. Take off rolls will be much longer, and the climb rate will be sluggish, particularly at acceleration altitude when retracting the flaps.

When planning, normal remaining fuel values are much higher than you are used to. A good minimum is at least 30,000 pounds.

If TO/GA is not selected prior to 50 knots, AT operation will be inhibited until 400 feet. In this case, the throttles will only move manually until that point.

When soft disconnecting the AT, the disconnect switches need to be clicked twice with a 1-2 second pause in between to avoid the auto throttle disconnect EICAS message and associated caution.

The APU will run while airborne, but it will not start unless the aircraft is on the ground. There is enough redundancy on the  aircraft that its use while airborne is not required.

Unlike the 777, the transfer of power between the engine generators and the APU is manual. Remember to reach up and transfer the power source from the engines to the APU prior to cutting fuel to the engines. Pilots of the NGX will likely be less prone to forgetting this step.

Don't forget to press the MIC button on the ACP panel (below the radios panel) corresponding to the radio you want to transmit on or no-one will hear you online. Yes, it’s modeled that closely!

There are certain calculations that you perform through the CDU that take a surprising amount of time to complete. A good example is the required trim setting generated by entering the %MAC. Keep in mind that the processing power in this FMC is equivalent to the old Intel 8086 processor. The FMC has been purposefully designed to have the same response times as the real FMC.

GSX will interfere with the PMDG Ground Service vehicles. If you use GSX for parking, be sure to restart couatl before selecting service vehicles.

When taxiing, keep speeds in turns at 12 knots or less to ensure that the body gear steering is active to assist the turn.

 

Have a good flight and always a also always good landing

Manfred Maier

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5 hours ago, mmaier said:

For all no time have to read the MANUEL`s

No time to read the manuals? How do you figure out how to work the complex systems if you don't read the manual. There are things that happen that are so basic, yet people ask about them BECAUSE they didn't read the manual, and if they did, they would find the answer they were looking for.

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